Donna Nook Nature Reserve

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Wrap up warm and visit one of the UK’s largest breeding colonies of grey seals, with around 1300 pups born here October to December.

Stonebridge, Donna Nook, North Somercotes LN11 7PB 

Saltfleet

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Unspoilt sandy beach backed by sand dunes. The beach is a truly vast expanse and the tide never seems to fully come in here and at low tide it can be a good walk to the sea.

Howdens Pullover, Skidbrooke North End LN11 7DF
Sea Lane, Saltfleet LN11 7RP 
Sea Lane, Theddlethorpe all Saints LN11 7SD 
Saltfleet Haven, Saltfleet LN11 7SF 
Rimac, Saltfleetby St Clement LN11 7TS 
Brickyard Lane, Theddlethorpe St Helen LN12 1NR 
Crook Bank, Theddlethorpe St. Helen LN12 1NP 

Sutton-On-Sea

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A small traditional coastal village with an excellent sandy beach. Ideal for families and great for swimming. Lifeguard cover June to September.

Sutton on Sea LN12 2ET 

Sandilands

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Miles of sandy beach that just goes on and on. Walk to Huttoft along the surfaced path suitable for bikes and wheelchairs.

Sandilands LN12 2RQ 

Huttoft

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Also known as Moggs Eye is a quiet rural beach backed by sand dunes. With a car park practically on the sand, this beach is perfect for visiting any time of the year.

Huttoft Car Terrace LN13 9RR 

Anderby Creek

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This peaceful beach is ideal for walking and taking in the open space. Anderby Creek is home to the tourist attraction, the cloud bar, an ‘official cloud spotting area’.

Marsh Yard (Moggs Eye), Huttoft LN13 9RT 
Anderby Creek PE24 5XS 
Wolla Bank, Anderby PE24 5XH 

Chapel Point

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This wide, sandy beach makes a brilliant spot for walking and surfing. Traditional beach huts and the modern North Sea Observatory sit happily side by side giving great views in all directions.

Chapel Six Marshes, Chapel St Leonards PE24 5XQ 
North Sea Observatory, Chapel St Leonards PE24 5XA 

Gibraltar Point

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From the edge of Skegness to the mouth of The Wash this reserve is noted for the sheer scale and diversity of its wildlife. Started in 1949, ‘Gib’ as it is affectionately known, was one of the earliest of Britain’s official Bird Observatories.

Gibraltar Road, Skegness, PE24 4SU
Sea Lane, Wainfleet St Mary PE24 4BA 
Sea Lane, Friskney PE22 8SD 

Freiston Shore

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Freiston Shore was one of the UK’s largest managed realignment schemes when  66 ha of farmland was converted into tidal saltmarsh, a saline lagoon was created and arable land was turned to wet grassland.

Freiston Shore, Freiston PE22 0LY 

Frampton Marsh

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Frampton Marsh is primarily wetlands, reed beds, freshwater scrapes and wet grassland. There is a visitor centre, three bird hides, two with 360 degree views and 3 km of accessible footpaths.

Frampton Road, Wyberton, Boston PE20 1AY 

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